published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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Great Article! Thanks!
So many choices, but so few that are healthy in all tracking ways.
I do a lot of frozen food and try to pick good ones but the salt is hard to get down same with canned soup
I try to keep a couple of healthy dinners in the freezer, just in case.
It is great when convenience and nutrition come together!
Thanks for the info.
Back in 2000, when I was in graduate school, I broke my ankle ice-skating. I lived alone, and trying to cook for myself -- let alone balance plates of food from stove to table while hobbling on crutches -- seemed unfeasible. I relied heavily on those Healthy Choice meals till my ankle healed. Between the tiny portions and my having to travel around town on crutches (can't drive a stick shift with a broken leg), I actually LOST 10 lbs. while convalescing.
I always love your articles Becky! I only eat an occasional frozen dinner but love knowing they are available. I would not make sweet and sour chicken or chicken parmesan so it gives me variety which I love and the portion control is great. The price is also nice.
I always make enough for 2 meals and freeze half for next time.
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